Our family business,
supporting your family...

The Team at C.E. Fuller & Co.

Reginald Brown

Reg BrownReg started working for his father-in-law in 1960 and took over the company on Cecil's retirement. His experience of arranging funerals during this time is now being passed on to the rest of us. Reg is involved in all aspects of the company from arranging funerals through to cutting glass. In recent years he has increasingly been asked by families to give tributes to people he knew or to lead a simple service at the crematorium.

Marie Brown

Marie BrownMarie is Reg's daughter-in-law and joined the family firm a year or so after marrying Tony. Prior to working here Marie had worked in accountancy. A qualified Funeral Director, Marie arranges and conducts funerals as well as keeping our books in order.

Tony Brown

Tony BrownTony is Reg's son and worked in the computer industry until the mid-1990's when he joined C. E. Fuller & Co. Tony's work is largely behind the scenes undertaking some of the administration required and keeping the computers running. Tony is responsible for the setting and production of any Service Sheets needed for funerals and is the person who gets called when anything tricky needs doing on the photocopier.


TimmyTimmy sadly passed away on the 20th April, aged nearly 15. Timmy was Marie & Tony's dog and qualified as a member of staff since he spent all of his time in the office - having somehow persuaded them that this was better than the occasional one or two afternoons a week it was meant to be. He came from 'Hearing Dogs for Deaf People' who have a rehoming scheme for dogs which fail to make the required grade. There were various reasons why he didn't make the grade but there is a suspicion that he had worked out that a cushy existence as a family pet beat having to work for a living! He was occasionally used as a 'Bereavement Dog' to help comfort distressed families on their visits to the office.

Having him and also knowing a friend who has a 'Hearing Dog' are reasons why we support Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.